main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Collegeville PA real estate market report for Q4 - 2007 | Main Line Realtor stats - 01/28/08 02:08 PM
Growing up on the Main Line, and attending Lower Merion High School, Collegeville was considered a land far, far away. Fast forward 10 years later, and I would follow my parents out to western Montgomery County as the Route 422 corridor exploded with new housing growth. Now it is a short 30 minute commute for people working in King of Prussia and Great Valley, Chester County, who moved west for a lower cost of living. The Spring Ford Area School District is a good place to find a good home in a good school district at an affordable price.
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main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate Stats for Radnor Township Q4-2007 | Main Line Homes - 01/28/08 01:50 PM
In the Radnor Township section of the Main Line, the housing market data from October 2007 to end of September 2007 showed some surprisingly similar results to those of Lower Merion, as compared to the negative data we have been bombarded with from the main stream media. Then again, nothing sells like bad news, except worse news.
The lowest sales price for a home in Radnor township was $120,000 with the highest selling home (or should I say Main Line Mansion) sold at $3,142,955.
If you are thinking of buying a home on the Main Line, better get out your checkbook … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate Stats for Lower Merion Township Q4-2007 | Main Line Homes - 01/28/08 12:42 PM
In the Lower Merion School District, the housing market data from October 2007 to (end of) December 2007 showed some surprising results, as compared to the negative data we have been bombarded with from the main stream media. Then again, nothing sells like bad news, except worse news.
The lowest sales price for a home in Lower Merion township was $129,000, with the highest selling home (or should I say Main Line Mansion) sold at a mere $3,434,000. The home was originally listed at $3,975,000.
If you are thinking of buying a home on the Main Line, better get out your checkbook … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate |Radnor Township Home Sales Statistics - Q3-2007 Real Estate Market Data - 10/03/07 03:26 PM
In the Radnor Township section of the Main Line, the housing market data from July 2007 to end of September 2007 showed some surprisingly similar results to those of Lower Merion, as compared to the negative data we have been bombarded with from the main stream media. Then again, nothing sells like bad news, except worse news.
The lowest sales price for a home in Radnor township was $150,000 with the highest selling home (or should I say Main Line Mansion) sold at $3,602,140.
If you are thinking of buying a home on the Main Line, better get out your checkbook … (1 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate | Narberth PA Home Sales Statistics - Q3-2007 Real Estate Market Data - 10/03/07 03:20 PM
Growing up on the Main Line, and attending Lower Merion, Narberth was always known as a quaint borough, not off the Main Line, but not quite in the Main Line either. Classmates were referred to as "Narbs," and the general consensus was that it was not the best place to live. Fast forward 25 years, and a lot has changed. Narberth is the new Manayunk of the Main Line, a "walking town" so to speak, which I wish there were more of!
Compared to Lower Merion, Narberth is a steal, but if you want to buy, keep a sharp eye out. There … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Collegeville PA home sales market report for Q3 - 2007 | house values - 10/03/07 03:06 PM
Growing up on the Main Line, and attending Lower Merion High School, Collegeville was considered a land far, far away. Fast forward 10 years later, and I would follow my parents out to western Montgomery County as the Route 422 corridor exploded with new housing growth. Now it is a short 30 minute commute for people working in King of Prussia and Great Valley, Chester County, who moved west for a lower cost of living. The Spring Ford Area School District is a good place to find a good home in a good school district at an affordable price.
As far as … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate | Lower Merion Home Sales Statistics - Q3-2007 Real Estate Market Data - 10/03/07 02:59 PM
In the Lower Merion School District, the housing market data from July 2007 to (end of) September 2007 showed some surprising results, as compared to the negative data we have been bombarded with from the main stream media. Then again, nothing sells like bad news, except worse news.
The lowest sales price for a home in Lower Merion township was $90,000 (I can only imagine the shoebox that home must be!), with the highest selling home (or should I say Main Line Mansion) sold at a mere $4,495,000. The home was originally listed at $3,999,000.
If you are thinking of buying a … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Collegeville PA real estate market reports for Q1 and Q2 2007 - 09/19/07 11:29 PM
Growing up on the Main Line, and attending Lower Merion High School, Collegeville was considered a land far, far away.  Fast forward 10 years later, and I would follow my parents out to western Montgomery County as the Route 422 corridor exploded with new housing growth.  Now it is a short 30 minute commute for people working in King of Prussia and Great Valley, Chester County, who moved west for a lower cost of living.  The Spring Ford Area School District is a good place to find a good home in a good school district at an affordable price.
As far as real … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Exeter Township Real Estate Market Reports for Q1 and Q2 of 2007 - 09/19/07 10:59 PM
Growing up on the Main Line, and attending Lower Merion, Berks County was considered a land far, far away.  Now it is a short 30 minute commute for people working in Montgomery and Chester County who moved west for a lower cost of living.  Exeter Township and the Exeter Township School District are a good place to find a good home in a good school district at an affordable price.
As far as real estate is concerned, compared to high ticket areas like Lower Merion, Exeter is about a good of a bargain as they come.  The lowest sales price was $62,500 … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate | Haverford Home Sales Statistics - Q1 and Q2 Market Report - 09/11/07 03:55 PM
Growing up on the Main Line, and attending Lower Merion, Haverford was an easy walk-to area, just outside of Ardmore.  A quick bike ride and you could be in Haverford in no time.  As a high school student, I spent many hours in the Haverford College library, where I learned that if you hit cancel, just as the photocopier was spitting out your print, you would get your nickel back!  I guess as an adult, I should mail them a check as a donation, so I will put that on my list!
As far as real estate is concerned, compared to Lower … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate | Malvern Homes Sales Statistics - Q1 and Q2 Market Report - 09/11/07 03:45 PM
Growing up on the Main Line, and attending Lower Merion, Malvern was always known as that borough at the end of the line!  Malvern is a great borough, an area with many great places to eat like The Flying Pig.
Compared to Lower Merion, Malvern is a steal, but if you want to buy, keep a sharp eye out.  There aren't as many homes for sale as in the LM Township area.  A total of only 22 homes sold in the first half of 2007, with the average days on market (DOM) just 67 days, fairly in line with that of Lower … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate | Conshohocken Homes Sales Statistics - Q1 and Q2 Market Report - 09/11/07 03:34 PM
Growing up on the Main Line, and attending Lower Merion, Conshohocken was always known as "Conshy" to us locals.  Classmates were referred to as "Those Conshy folk" and the general consensus was that it was not the best place to live, due to a large industrial neighborhood.  Fast forward 25 years, and a lot has changed.  Conshohocken is the new Manayunk of the Main Line, a "walking town" so to speak, which I wish there were more of!
Compared to Lower Merion, Conshohocken is a steal, but if you want to buy, keep a sharp eye out.  There aren't as many homes … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate | Narberth Homes Sales Statistics - Q1 and Q2 Market Report - 09/04/07 05:59 AM
Growing up on the Main Line, and attending Lower Merion, Narberth was always known as a quaint borough, not off the Main Line, but not quite in the Main Line either.  Classmates were referred to as "Narbs," and the general consensus was that it was not the best place to live.  Fast forward 25 years, and a lot has changed.  Narberth is the new Manayunk of the Main Line, a "walking town" so to speak, which I wish there were more of!
Compared to Lower Merion, Narberth is a steal, but if you want to buy, keep a sharp eyeout.  There aren't … (1 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate |Radnor Township Home Sales Statistics - Q1 and Q2 Real Estate Market Data - 09/03/07 02:47 PM
In the Radnor Township section of the Main Line, the housing market data from January 2007 to (end of) June 2007 showed some surprisingly similar results to those of Lower Merion, as compared to the negative data we have been bombarded with from the main stream media.  Then again, nothing sells like bad news, except worse news. 
The lowest sales price for a home in Radnor township was $159,000 with the highest selling home (or should I say Main Line Mansion) sold at $3,767,450.  The home was originally listed at $4,500,000 which makes you think, was leaving the last dollar off a good marketing technique?  … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Main Line Real Estate | Lower Merion Home Sales Statistics - Q1 and Q2 Real Estate Market Data - 09/03/07 01:50 PM
In the Lower Merion School District, the housing market data from January 2007 to (end of) June 2007 showed some surprising results, as compared to the negative data we have been bombarded with from the main stream media.  Then again, nothing sells like bad news, except worse news. 
The lowest sales price for a home in Lower Merion township was $100,000 (I can only imagine the shoebox that home must be!), with the highest selling home (or should I say Main Line Mansion) sold at a mere $4,500.000.  The home was originally listed at $4,999,999, which makes you think, was leaving the last dollar … (0 comments)

main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Market Statistics for Paoli PA real estate - Main Line Realty Transactions - 08/30/07 09:01 PM
Compared to all the bad news you are hearing about the housing slump, the news for the Paoli Pennsylvania area are actually quite positive.  Between January 2007 and June 2007, a total of 415 homes were sold for a total volume of $228 million. Average days on market is actually down at this time.  In January, homes averaged 70 days on the market, and peaked at 87 days on the market by March and April.  That number dropped to 63 in May and 53 in June.
The average sale price for Paoli PA is $662,000.
Courtesy Christopher Benedict, RE/MAX Main Line http://www.searchformainlinehomes.com/
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main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Philadelphia Real Estate Market Report - 05/17/07 02:44 AM
"According to an article by housing predictor.com. Philadelphia is a leader of the financial and insurace industries and is home to 10 Fortune 500 companies. The Philadelphia housing market gently boomed and the hay day didn't last long".... Read the rest of the article here.
Christopher BenedictREMAX Main LineP.O. Box 207, Kimberton, Pennsylvania 19442Phone: 484-433-3931Office: 610-935-3200
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main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Montgomery County PA Market Data Courtesy of RE/MAX Main Line - 04/30/07 02:23 PM
The following information in comprised of all the market data in Trend MLS for Montgomery County Pa from Jan 2007 to Mar 2007:
 
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RE/MAX Main Line 610-935-3200
  
Monthly Statistics for the Date Range Selected
  
© Copyright 2007 TREND MLS - Information Deemed Reliable but Not Guaranteed. Printed 4/30/2007 10:12:03 PM
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main line and philadelphia pa real estate market reports: Chester County 1st Quarter Market Statistics courtesy of RE/MAX Main Line - 04/30/07 02:07 PM
 Courtesy Of : Christopher Benedict 484-433-3931
RE/MAX Main Line - 610-935-3200
  
Monthly Statistics for the Date Range Selected
  
© Copyright 2007 TREND MLS - Information Deemed Reliable but Not Guaranteed. Printed 4/30/2007 10:03:35 PM
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